Last call!

Nominations for Key Peninsula Citizens of the Year must be received by the sponsoring Key Peninsula Lions Club no later than Feb. 4 to enable the Lions to secure photos of all nominees, pursue the annual routine of reading all nominations at a club meeting, then, at the next meeting, voting by secret ballot for individual member’s choices.

Nominees may be of any age, should be residents of, work on, or own property on the Key Peninsula. Persons nominated should be considered for having rendered volunteer service on behalf of the Key Peninsula community whether for a single outstanding contribution or for sustained contributions over many years. No member of the Lions Club may be nominated. Send nominees’ names, telephone numbers, mailing addresses, and a brief description of why you feel they deserve to be recognized to KP Lions, PO Box 63, Vaughn, WA 98394, or via email to

The KP Lions Club which has sponsored the annual awards dinner since 1984 will again host the event for the 25th time this year at the KP Civic Center in Vaughn, WA, March 21 at 6 pm, social, and 7 pm, dinner. State Senator Derek Kilmer will serve as the event’s keynote speaker and give a presentation on the merits of volunteerism. Tickets, $25 in advance or $30 at the door, are available at the Sunnycrest Nursery in Key Center or may be obtained from members of the KP Lions Club.

For information please call 253-853-2721 or 253-884-3319.

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